Leadership and Workforce Conference to be held in Aberdeen
March 7, 2019
How to Face the Challenges of Raising a Disabled Child in South Dakota
January 19, 2019
Mitchell chamber selects Vaux as new leader
GROW SPINK NEW DIRECTOR
Over 51,630 rural SD residents to benefit from rural water infrastructure improvements
December 5, 2018
Manufacturing: Building a life and 'massive' trailers
October 5, 2018
Mitchell's Hisel surprised with community service award at annual banquet
August 25, 2018
Mitchell hiring a new Economic Development Executive Director
April 4, 2018
Madison Regional Health partners with LATI’s Build Dakota Scholarship program
June 14, 2017
It's National Economic Development Week - May 8 - 13, 2017
May 12, 2017
Madison Housing Study Is Released
January 29, 2016
September 15, 2016
Yankton's shot to serve as the honorary South Dakota capital for a day this month is coming up quickly.
The event is set for Sept. 21. Gov. Dennis Daugaard's office says activities will include a Main Street walk and business tours around town.
Activities also include a community social. Community members will be able to speak with Daugaard, and he will give a speech.
Daugaard has said the event will be a great opportunity for him to learn more about the area and become better acquainted with the issues residents care about.
First Lady Linda Daugaard will be reading at the Yankton Public Library. Children are invited to story time.
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